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KIND Bar Pun Gift

KIND Bar gift tag @michellepaigeblogs.com

When you 'kind of' need to thank someone...
When you 'kind of' need to acknowledge someone...
When you 'kind of' need to tell someone that they really are
pretty great.
KIND Bar Pun Valentines @michellepaigeblogs.com

Or...
When you're looking for a little treat to give to someone and they don't eat candy or gluten--try one of these instead.

These can be for Valentine's Day or any occasion.
You can print out the plain cards or the Valentine cards.

KIND Bar gift tag @michellepaigeblogs.com

Purchase a box of KIND bars at any grocery store.
Print out a tag. (Scroll down for link.)
Trim tag and tape the tag on a bar.
Pretty simple and very 'kind'.

KIND Bar Pun Valentines @michellepaigeblogs.com

If you want to get a little fancy, hole punch card and tie on with baker's twine. If you don't have time for that, tape works.

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You could even tape a tag on the whole box and give as a gift.


KIND Bar Pun Valentines @michellepaigeblogs.com


If you'd like to give these without it saying Valentine's Day:

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You know I have over 100 Valentine printables on my blog?
And most of them are just like this one.
Check out my Valentine page and see for yourself.
Tons of puns and creative sayings to choose from.
Click here.




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Saturday



When my friend lost her husband recently, I cried with her over the phone. She told me she couldn't stop her tears. She described her crying as incontrollable, painful, non-stop sobs. My heart ached for her. I imagined her crying out her hurt and pulling tissue after tissue to blot up her tears...and that's when I got this idea. 

Make Your Own Tissue Boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com

This is such a simple, yet meaningful sympathy gift to give to anyone going through pain or loss. It will definitely get used and it shows you're thinking of them.
Here's how I made these. 

Sympathy tissue boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com

(This post contains affiliate links to help you locate supplies.)
Supplies:
1-2 Tissue boxes
Me & My BIG Ideas Sticker Sheet books (these are filled with encouraging stickers!)
Glue Sticks or double sided tape
Colored card stock
Paper cutter

Tissue Boxes supplies

Measure the sides of the tissue box and cut colored paper to fit.
Choose stickers to decorate the colored paper. I matted many of my stickers with coordinating papers.

Make your own tissue boxes for a friend who loss someone

Use lots of glue to make the paper stick to the tissue box. Double-sided tape works well, too.
Press down firmly and hold to make it stick.
Decorate all 4 sides. 

Sympathy tissue boxes to make @michellepaigeblogs.com
Make your own tissue boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com
Sympathy Tissue Boxes to make @michellepaigeblogs.com

I crafted up this tag:

Sympathy tags to print at michellepaigeblogs.com


I tied up the tissue boxes with netting and added the tag on top.

Encouraging Tissue Boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com
Encouraging Tissue Boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com

Click here to print your own tags.


Encouraging Tissue Boxes @michellepaigeblogs.com


My friend teared up when I handed her these hand-crafted tissue boxes. She said she needs all the encouragement she can get!



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